Galaxy is actually stored separately from the AMI, but the revision you'll get by default right now is:
date: Wed Jun 29 13:27:01 2011 -0400
You can use hg directly to update galaxy, or you can use this component of the admin panel to do it:
Just click update galaxy, and it will update all the way to tip for you. You also have the option of specifying a particular revision, if you'd like.
And lastly, yes, you will want to persist these changes to have them available the next time you run your cluster.
On Jan 12, 2012, at 3:46 PM, Greg Edwards wrote:
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